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Sapper - Bulldog Drummond (1920)
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Reading a book published in 1865 by a Union Spy who spent
the Civil War years 1861-65 in the south.
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I'm rereading Nature Loves to Hide, a combination of really cool ideas and an infuriating interpretation using Plotinus, of all people. The ideas relating to Schrodinger and Dirac are great.

The kind of book I find myself arguing with while I read it.
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finished in the past 2 weeks:
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I never did understand James Joyce.
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About 75% done with "No Beast So Fierce" by Edward Bunker
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About 75% done with "No Beast So Fierce" by Edward Bunker

Not book related, but he has some awesome stories in the Reservoir Dogs extras DVD/Bluray.
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Austerity Britain, 1945–1951 by David Kynaston.
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the duel - chekhov
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The Right to Earn a Living, by Timothy Sandefur. I can't recommend this book enough. It's fantastic!
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Strangers - Dean Koontz
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48 Laws of Power
Less than Zero
This Side of Paradise
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finished: bismarck and the german empire
now undertaking : Bismarck a life

after that I think ill be done with the man, so ill proceed into european history 500 to 1300.
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finished: bismarck and the german empire
now undertaking : Bismarck a life

after that I think ill be done with the man, so ill proceed into european history 500 to 1300.

We seem to have similar tastes. 4 Months in, I'm still wading through "The Thirty Years War". I think I will stay below 500 page books for the forseeable future.
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